April 18, 2019

Book review: Becoming Michelle Obama

If you’ve ever been curious about who Michelle Obama is – not in her capacity or her role as the first lady of the USA, or the wife of Barack  – I strongly recommend you pick up this book. The book is a candid and well-written story of her upbringing and childhood in the ghetto

April 16, 2019

Need For Control

There comes a point in our lives where we have to totally and absolutely  surrender to the process. At times it might seem like we always have to have things figured out and always in the know as to what the next step should entail.  But reality is that life takes many unexpected twists and

April 10, 2019

Truth is Stranger Than Fiction

Brace yourself. I’m about to go all conspiracy theorist on you. Jokes haha. Okay maybe a little. I’m currently hooked on reading sci-fi thrillers these days. I’ve always been a science fiction film fan, but only recently got around to reading novels within the genre. To cut a long story short, my reads have led

April 8, 2019

Life Is Too Short For That!

I have recently attended the unexpected funeral of a relative’s loved one and that’s when this truth dawned on me. This moment alone taught me so many little lessons that I guess are best taught/learned through life experiences. Simply put: 1) Love Wholeheartedly  The basic reason for this (and all the other points) is that

April 4, 2019

The Need To Belong

I’ve always struggled with being accepted, growing up it meant a lot for me to be a part of a clique or a part of a formidable group of friends. I was a chubby kid with close to no self-confidence and so for me, being a part of a group meant less attention on myself